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Congorilla [music] : (the new dance craze) / words by Al Bryan ; music by L.E. DeFrancesco
Bib ID 3289542
Format MusicMusic
Author
DeFrancesco, L. E
 
Description New York, N.Y. ; Melbourne : Sam Fox Publishing Company, c1932 
1 score (5 p.) ; 31 cm. 
Notes

For voice and piano. Includes chord symbols and charts.

Cover title.

"Inspired by the Fox picture 'Congorilla' with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson".

"Chester Towne and Helen Knott, celebrated ball room dancers who created the 'Congorilla' dance".

Subjects Popular music -- 1931-1940.  |  Dance music.
Other authors/contributors Bryan, Alfred, 1871-1958

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